- Monday is the day to order your groceries from our Community Stores.
- Fresh produce is ordered for you on the Tuesday
- You collect it on Wednesday 🙂
Register with your email address before ordering otherwise you’ll lose what’s in your basket! Click HERE to see their fantastic range and shop.
If you want to know how their Click and Collect service works – please watch the short video below which guides you through the process, step by step.
Beaminster’s Fiver Fest runs from 10th – 24th October 2020. This is first time that Beaminster is taking part in TotallyLocally’s FiverFest initiative. Local businesses taking part put on special £5 offers over 2 weeks, to show the diversity and value of what they sell, and to say thank you to the communities that support them. We wish them all well.
Promotions so far include:
- Cilla & Camilla: Full Cream Tea in their Cafe for a fiver per person.
- Cilla & Camilla: Thought Bamboo Socks for a fiver.
- Dexters: Smaller Appetite Menu for a fiver.
- Dexters: Takeaway meal deal for a fiver.
- Furleigh Estate: Get a fiver off when you purchase Furleigh sparkling wine.
- Little Groves Nursery: 2x 2kg bags of Tom Chambers Wild birdseed for a fiver.
- Little Groves Nursery: 3 x pots of herbs for a fiver.
- Salon on the Square: Aveda travel-size product for a fiver.
- Salon on the Square: Eyebrow shaping for a fiver.
- Salon on the Square: Men’s beard trim for a fiver.
- Salon on the Square: Mii makeup consultation for a fiver.
- Sophia’s Choice: Cytoplan Vitamin D 2500iu supplement for a fiver.
- Tangerine Cafe: Special item on their menu, which may change daily, for a fiver.
- The Coach House Café at Mapperton: Warming Autumn soup with crusty bread for a fiver.
- The Ollerod: Enjoy a glass of bubbly (or wine/soft drink) and a slice of cake for a fiver.
Click HERE to find the up to date list 🙂
Find out all you need to know about TotallyLocally’s FiverFest HERE.
Wearing a face covering will become mandatory in all shops and supermarkets in England from 24 July 2020. Shop workers, however are excluded.
Those who fail to wear a mask will face a fine of up to £100. This will be reduced to £50 if people pay within 14 days. The rules will be enforced by the police and not the shop workers.
There are several people who live in the village making face coverings at home, some as a business and others with their proceeds, or a percentage of, going to a charitable organisation.
- There is Leoni Rawle at Redlands Lane, who is offering a wide range of 100% cotton fabrics with over 70 different designs to choose from. The photograph shows Toni Rodway from The Painted Nail wearing one of Leoni’s facemasks (with sausage dogs on it!).
There is a sleeve/pocket in the lining for optional addition of filters.
There is also a small metal strip to fit the contour of the face for a more comfortable fit and prevents glasses from steaming up.
Made to order, machine washable, the choice of sizes are: Child, Teenager, Small Adult & Adult.
They are £5 each with a discount for orders of 10 or more.
If unable to collect, Leoni offers First Class postage at £1 for one, £1.30 for two or more.
Message Leoni on Facebook HERE or on her mobile: 07724 612174.
- There is Jacqui Sewell who has been selling and continues to sell masks at the Post Office on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Masks made by Robin Loudon are £2 each with proceeds to the Post Office Group & Jacqui’s pleated Masks at £2.50 each with 50p each proceeds going to The Post Office Group.
If you’re unable to get to the Post Office, contact Jacqui through her Facebook page HERE or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- There is Linzi, who operates her Handmade By Linzi business mainly through Facebook. A selection of her many fabrics are shown below. Linzi offers cotton face coverings, again, handmade to order – £3 each plus p&p £1.40. They measure approx 22cm x 12cm (Adults) with Teen and Child sizes available too.
You can message Linzi through her Facebook page HERE or by email: email@example.com
- There is Lynne Staff who has been making masks to order for those in need and supplying some to our Community Store for which a donation is requested. You can contact Lynne on 01308 8868584.
- There is Sheila Deane from Fullers who has been doing an absolutely marvellous job making masks for the NHS and supplying the over 60’s and infirm throughout the village for no remuneration whatsoever. Well done Sheila!
- Broadwindsor Community Store will be selling 3-ply masks from Friday, 24th at £1.50. Shop manager, Kevin Madder-Smith has said that anyone going to the shop without a mask will not be allowed entry but staff can serve them from the door.
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